How to set a UFG1122 to output 120fps - New Firmware

In order to get the full 120fps from the UFG1122 some configuration of the camera is require to achieve this, as default the camera is set as a standard 1080p HD camera.

To set the camera to transmit the higher frame rate you must adjust the settings used by the camera. You will need to set the 'Video Standard' option to 60Hz (NTSC). This will now allow the camera to transmit up to the full 120fps.

The setting adjustment can be found in the following menu location:

Setup --> Advance --> Video/Audio --> General


Once set to 60Hz, click submit and the camera will now reboot.



Once the camera is back online head back to:

Setup --> Advance --> Video/Audio --> General

The next step is to disable 'Encoder2'

Once 'Encoder2' is disabled you may notice that the maximum frame rate on Encoder1 will now allow up to 100fps



Next set the 'Encoder4' Output Frame Rate to 1.


Now check the 'Encoder1' FPS, this should now allow up to the maximum 120FPS.


Once the above settings have been changed click 'Submit'.

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